A national TV network (I've been asked not to say which one) is working on a story about the challenges facing law schools as enrollment plummets, and how some schools have revamped their curricula to meet those challenges. The story is going to focus on Washington & Lee, and the producer would like to find a second or third year law school student who has a lot of law school debt, is very concerned about his or her job prospects, and can talk about the extent to which in the student's view Washington & Lee’s program makes more sense than a traditional third year approach.
If you're interested PM me and I'll send your contact info to the producer.
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